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Using Sound to Study the Behaviour of Wild Wolves, Coyotes and Jackals

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  • UserArik Kershenbaum
  • ClockThursday 17 February 2022, 19:30-21:00
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Arik Kershenbaum will explain that wolves are very vocal, and their howls carry over long distances, so acoustic monitoring has given us a crucial window into this almost invisible species. Our work is giving new insight into the complex interactions of wild wolves with each other, and with other species. Understanding these animals will help us to find ways to reduce human-wildlife conflict, and to coexist with these and other beautiful wild predators.

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